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stick down

verb
1.
(transitive, adverb) (informal) to write: stick your name down here
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  • He drew the cane out of the sand, thrusting the stick down in its stead.

  • "He's caught on some of the springs that stick down," he said.

  • When it does, wet the binding, and stick down the remaining side.

    Toy-Making at Home

    Morley Adams
  • Here, you John, you stick down the address of your bank manager.

    Tales and Fantasies Robert Louis Stevenson
  • She sat up fiercely, and brought her stick down sharply on the floor.

  • I had to pass it; so I forced my stick down into the pile, and leaped over it.

    Hadda Padda Godmunder Kamban
  • Just poke a stick down, or your hand, and youll hear it, said Tom.

    The Curlytops at Silver Lake

    Howard Roger Garis
  • Laurie put his hat and stick down carefully, and crossed his legs.

    The Necromancers Robert Hugh Benson
  • He brought his stick down on my wrist and sent the coin spinning in the gutter.

    Greenmantle John Buchan
  • "You suck one stick down, then you put another in the same old lemon," he explained.

    The Wrong Twin Harry Leon Wilson

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